Recommended Resources to Help You Eat in a More Healthy Way

Recommended resources to help you eat in a more healthy way:

Good clean foodDid you know that American milk and meat are banned in Europe because of the health risks they pose? Or that one in three items on supermarket shelves contains genetically modified ingredients? How about that forty pesticides in use today have been linked to certain types of cancer?
Good Clean Food:  Between GMOs, hormones, and pesticides, it sometimes feels like our food has become so artificial that shopping smart is impossible. How can we know for sure that the food we buy isn’t putting us at risk? If you’ve got questions, this practical, positive guide has answers. In it, leading public health advocate Samuel Epstein, MD, and coauthor Beth Leibson provide all of the information you need to make the best food choices for you and your family—in language you don’t need a PhD in biology to understand.  You’ll learn how to choose wisely when shopping for: – Beef – Chicken – Milk & dairy – Eggs – Soy – corn – Snack Foods – Potatoes – Lettuce – Strawberries – Grapes – Baby food – much more
Before your next trip to the supermarket, make sure you read this helpful handbook—and you’ll be on your way to a lifetime of good clean food.

Food AdditivesFOOD ADDITIVES: A Shopper’s Guide To What’s Safe & What’s Not reveals what food manufacturers don’t want you to know about their products. It shows you how to find the truth behind deceptive food packaging. You will learn how to confidently read labels so that you will know how healthy a food really is and if it contains dangerous ingredients.

This book classifies over 1000 commonly used food additives according to safety, whether they may cause allergic reactions, & if they are Generally Recognized As Safe. The book is clear, concise, &easy to use.

AtoZfood addAn A-Z Guide to Food Additives:  Never Eat What You can’t Pronounce: It’s not just knowing how to pronounce what’s in your food, it’s knowing what it does and how it can affect you that matters most. But with so many processed foods on the supermarket shelves and additives showing up in the most unlikely foods, that’s certainly a tall order. An A-Z Guide to Food Additives will help consumers avoid undesirable food additives and show them which additives do no harm and may even be nutritious. Designed to fit in a purse or pocket, this little book will serve as an “additive translator” when navigating through the landmine field of additives or ingredients that may cause allergic reactions like headaches, fatigue, and breathing difficulties or those that cause bloating or make one hyperactive. Included are safety ratings to 300 ingredients and reference charts of such additives as those that may potentially cause cancer or allergic reactions or that should be limited for sodium-sensitive individuals.

Unhealthy 'truthThe Unhealthy Truth:  Robyn O’Brien is not the most likely candidate for an anti establishment crusade. A Houston native from a conservative family, this MBA and married mother of four was not someone who gave much thought to misguided government agencies and chemicals in our food—until the day her youngest daughter had a violent allergic reaction to eggs, and everything changed. The Unhealthy Truth is both the story of how one brave woman chose to take on the system and a call to action that shows how each of us can do our part and keep our own families safe.

O’Brien turns to accredited research conducted in Europe that confirms the toxicity of America’s food supply, and traces the relationship between Big Food and Big Money that has ensured that the United States is one of the only developed countries in the world to allow hidden toxins in our food—toxins that can be blamed for the alarming recent increases in allergies, ADHD, cancer, and asthma among our children. Featuring recipes and an action plan for weaning your family off dangerous chemicals one step at a time The Unhealthy Truth is a must-read for every parent—and for every concerned citizen—in America today.

Food Babe

The Food Babe Way

Did you know that your fast food fries contain a chemical used in Silly Putty? Or that a juicy peach sprayed heavily with pesticides could be triggering your body to store fat? When we go to the supermarket, we trust that all our groceries are safe to eat. But much of what we’re putting into our bodies is either tainted with chemicals or processed in a way that makes us gain weight, feel sick, and age before our time.

Luckily, Vani Hari – aka the Food Babe – has got your back. A food activist who has courageously put the heat on big food companies to disclose ingredients and remove toxic additives from their products, Hari has made it her life’s mission to educate the world about how to live a clean, organic, healthy lifestyle in an overprocessed, contaminated-food world, and how to look and feel fabulous while doing it.

A #1 National Bestseller. Cut hidden food toxins, lose weight, and get healthy in just 21 days.

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